If you had money on 2 Broke Girls getting renewed, you’re out of luck.
CBS has cancelled the raunchy Kat Dennings–Beth Behrs comedy after six seasons, TVLine has learned.
Showrunner Michelle Nader previously told TVLine that everyone connected with the show had “the creative urge” to keep the series going into a seventh season. “This is not the end for these girls,” the EP insisted ahead of last month’s Season 6 finale, which found Dennings’ Max getting engaged to on-again/off-again beau Randy. “We’re not finished and we don’t want to be finished and I don’t think the audience is finished. Obviously there’s no guarantee that we will be back, but we did not write the episode as a series finale.”
Our sister site Deadline recently noted that negotiations between CBS and Warner Bros. (the studio that produces 2 Broke Girls) had been tense. Ultimately, the fact that CBS had no ownership in the show proved to be its undoing.
Sources confirm that Warner Bros. does not plan to shop 2 Broke Girls around.
Dennings and Behrs released a joint statement on social media late Friday: